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Posted by Adam on November 28, 2014 at 01:08 AM CST |
As part of their Black Friday sale, ShirtPunch are offering two Star Wars-themed shirts, in the form of Tuskens by captain ribman and Bounty Hunter by inkone, but you'd better hurry if you want one or both of these, because you've less than 24 hours to place your order!
Posted by Adam on November 28, 2014 at 12:47 AM CST |
While out taking advantage of the last day of Toys "R" Us' sale on Star Wars toys, I picked up a pretty awesome R2-D2 Christmas Bag for $5.99. So if you're buying presents for a Star Wars fan, or you just happen to have a soft-spot for the feisty little astromech (I'm looking at you Mr. Roberts!), check out your local Toys "R" store for this.
Posted by Adam on November 28, 2014 at 12:33 AM CST |
Last week, our very own Chris Wyman reported that he had found Stormtrooper foaming hand & body soap at Walmart, and now Rebelscum reader Andy O has raised the stakes by letting us know about a 4 Galactic Scents (Mango, Grape, Berry & Apple) body wash set that he saw at his local Walmart, priced at a very reasonable $9.88. Click on the thumbnail above for a closer look.
Posted by D_Martin on November 27, 2014 at 10:05 PM CST |
Are we the only ones that have dropped absolutely everything to sit in front of our computers refreshing every media outlet that would likely announce The Force Awakens teaser trailer is up? Let us know if you are sitting impatiently as well!
Posted by D_Martin on November 27, 2014 at 03:46 PM CST |
Author, and fellow Scummer, Shane Turgeon has released a sneak peek of the cover for his follow up to the very popular book he published in 2007. Click the thumbnail above to have a closer look and stay tuned for a full The Force In The Flesh II press release very soon!
Posted by D_Martin on November 27, 2014 at 01:50 PM CST |
Sideshow Collectibles' week-long Black Friday event is no live. Follow this link to check out all the savings being offered from now until December 1st.
Posted by D_Martin on November 27, 2014 at 01:27 PM CST |
Starting Friday and running through until Monday, Quantum Mechanix is offering discounts on a few of their Star Wars keychains. The Slave I, the Star Destroyer, and the remaining stock on their 2014 SDCC exclusive Gold Millennium Falcon keychains will be marked down to $9.95 each. Follow the links above to get in on the savings on these perfect stocking stuffers!
Posted by D_Martin on November 27, 2014 at 02:15 AM CST |
Whether you realize it or not, this is a very special moment in Star Wars history. Take a moment and enjoy it. Tomorrow everything changes. For the first time in sixteen years we will see things we haven't even imagined as the teaser for the first film in the third trilogy in the Star Wars saga is given to us to dissect for the next few months. That statement is what makes the subject of this edition of eT so relevant. When this mock up was created, no one (really) knew who this dude was or what part he'd play in the overall story. Follow this link to check out the extremely cool Darth Maul CinemAction Packaging mock up and ask yourself, who are we going to be introduced to this weekend that is entirely new to the overall story...
Posted by D_Martin on November 27, 2014 at 01:57 AM CST |
The last piece from the first wave of mass release vehicles in the Star Wars: Rebels Collection has been added to our photo archive. The Phantom Attack Shuttle is the closet Hasbro has come to the tone set by the classic Kenner collection, and that is very cool. Follow the lower link to have a closer look at a toy we absolutely love!
Posted by D_Martin on November 27, 2014 at 01:11 AM CST |
Hailing from North Carolina, tattoo artist Bruce White wears his love of The 'Wars on his sleeve (literally). When not adding to his impressive classic Kenner Princess Leia Organa collection, Bruce brightens the world with his pop-culture inspired black velvet paintings, many of which are focused on characters from A Galaxy Far, Far Away.... Head over to his site, Velvet Geek to check out his impressive portfolio and to find out more on his commission work.
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